"Curator's Choice Winners"|
Exhibition: September 6th - October 6th
Opening: September 6th 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Denise Bibro Gallery
529 West 20th Street, 4th floor
New York, NY 10011
Elizabeth Glauer, Sara Crisp, Shawne Major, Steven Shores, Susan Tunick
"The Book as Art"
What makes artist books a distinctive medium for artists, one often misunderstood
or even unknown outside of its own world? New York and British book artists
explore the variety of materials, structures, and concepts that can be an artist book.
Moderator: Barbara Lubliner, sculptor
Panelists: Curators of "A Tale of Two Cities,"
Maddy Rosenberg, NY
Miriam Schader, NY
Sara Bristol, artist/educator, UK
Guy Begbie, UK
Organized by: Barbara Lubliner & Maddy Rosenberg
Book as Art
"For Women Only"
|Perservering, from the days male artists joined together in mutual support,
woman's organizations are offering venues for artistic freedom.
This panel deals with these issues.|
Moderator: Donna Marxer, director AIRIE (Artists in Residence in the Everglades)
Annie Herron director, eyewash Gallery
Melissa Wolf, president, Women's Studio Center
Liz Cenedella, president of Pen & Brush Club
Suzanne de Vegh, director SoHo20 Gallery
Dina Muller, director A.I.R. Gallery
Organized by I. Leon Golomb
Donna Marxer replaced Molly Barnes
Suzanne de Vegh replaced Cynthia Mailman
Starting time for this panel is changed to 9:00 pm!
There will be an opening at Pheonix Gallery from 6 - 8 pm to which you are also invited.
"Anita Shapolsky & Her Artists"
The Anita Shapolsky Gallery has been a leading proponent of
Abstract Expressionism since 1982.
Moderator: Anita Shapolsky
Nancy Steinson, artist
Una Dora Copley, artist
Eric van der Grijn, artist
Organized by: Molly Barnes
What is it? Is It Relevant Today?
Moderator: George A. Rada,
William Beckman, Forum Gallery
David Cohen, critic and author
Vincent Desiderio, Marlborough Gallery
Julie Heffernan, LittleJohn Gallery
Organized by George A. Rada President of ATOA
& Joel Silverstein, curator/artist
"David Amram, musician, in dialog with Molly Barnes"|
David Amram, an avante-garde pioneer of world music, performer,
conductor, and composer.
Thanksgiving Break - No Panel
Contemporary Views of Erotic Art
Moderator: Norma Greenwood, artist
Betty Dodson, artist and sex educator
Kiki Seror, artist
Catherine Ann Johnson, curator of the Kinsey Institute
Grady Turner, curator of the Museum of Sex
Browyn Platten, artist & sex researcher
Organized by Norma Greenwood
"Myron Heise, in dialog with George Rada"
Country days/ City Nights
I am mainly concerned with the metropolis at night and the Heartland in the heat of the day.
Organized by Molly Barnes
George Rada replaced Molly Barnes
"Beyond the Bound Stone"
Exploring the trends in contemporary Eastern art.
Moderator: Roy Secord
Weijun Cao, Chinese curator
Tomomi Maru Kamemaru, Japanese artist
Mihee Ahn, Korean curator
Organizeed by Roy Secord
December 15th - January 17th
"The Evolution of Protest Art"
Moderator: Ron Morosan, artist
Estera Milman, art historian and curator of
the exhibition and accompanying book, "No Art! The Aesthetics of Doom,"
at the Block Museum of Northwestern University, Chicago
Richard Mock, artist and political illustrator
Susan Simensky, artist and co-curator of the exhibition called
"Drawing Resistance," at ABC No Rio
Slide Night - Open Screening
Five Dollars/ Five-Slides/Five Minutes
Come see what your fellow artists have been doing.
Bring 5 slides of your work and be prepared to
talk about them for no more than five minutes.
Admission, if you're showing slides, is only $5
Sign in at 7:00 to load slide trays.
"Landscape Artists Who Deal with the Environment"|
Moderator: Donna Marxer, artist and director of AIRIE
(Artists in Residence in the Everglades)
Organized by Donna Marxer
"Stripping the Glades," by Donna Marxer
"Analog Dreams / Digital World"
A Discussion of the Digital Artworld
Moderator: John Fischer, artist
Panelists: Renowned artists and cognoscente including
Eric Sparre, director, www.Artspan.com
Manfred Mohr, pioneer digital artist
Ilene Astrahan, pioneer digital artist
Stephen Soreff, artist & futurist
Jay Mahar, video editor and
"Archways" by John Fischer
Organized by: John Fischer
The End of our Fall 2001 season.
ATOA wishes to thank the Phoenix Gallery,
The Lily Auchincloss Foundation,
The Lower Manhattan Community Council,
The Bachman Foundation
and Weinick, Sanders and Leventhal, CPAs, for their generous support.
Prior Calendar |
November | December |